Migrants in Texas trailer tragedy died seeking better lives
LAS VEGAS, Honduras (AP) – Families of the more than 60 people packed into a tractor-trailer and abandoned in Texas have began to confirm their worst fears.
And a common narrative is taking shape from Honduras to Mexico: people seeking a better life.
Children hoping to earn enough to support their parents.
Young adults who had hoped college would lead to success left their country disillusioned.
A man already working in the U.S. decided to take a cousin on his return from a trip to his homeland.
More than 50 of those migrants left in the sweltering heat on the outskirts of San Antonio have died, while others remain hospitalized.
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6/30/2022 11:47:31 AM (GMT -5:00)